Wildlife in the North of England

As the trees start to turn and autumn puts on a show, it's the ideal time to get out and explore the gardens, coastlines, countryside and woodland that we care for in the North of England and discover the wildlife that call them home. Thanks to your support, we're able to look after a wide variety of birds and animals, including fluffy seal pups, majestic deer and red squirrels, along with their varied habitats. Here are some of our top spots to see autumn wildlife near you:

Deer rut at Dunham Massey, Cheshire

Wildlife in the North West 

From the smallest insects to the mighty deer at Dunham Massey, there's wildlife to see all year round at these places in the North West.

A grey seal pup

Wildlife in the North East 

From cheeky red squirrels to fluffy seal pups, there's plenty of wildlife to be found right here in the North East, throughout the year. Here are our top spots for nature-lovers this autumn.

a group of deer in studley royal deerpark hiding beneath the trees.

Wildlife in Yorkshire 

At this time of year, the changes in nature are all around. As colour sweeps through in autumn to the starker winter months, look out for signs of wildlife all around you in Yorkshire. Here's our top spots for nature-lovers.

A red squirrel at Allan Bank in Grasmere Cumbria

Wildlife in the Lake District 

As the days get shorter and the leaves turn from green to gold, it's the perfect season to head outdoors in search of wildlife in the Lake District.